24 New Administrative Orders Issued against Palestinians in Israeli Jails

Some 6,500 Palestinians are detained by Israel. (Photo: File)

Israeli occupation forces issued 24 administrative sentences against Palestinian detainees, holding them without charge or trial, the PIC reported.

According to lawyer Mahmoud al-Halabi, from the Palestinian Prisoners Society, “the Israeli occupation authorities sentenced 24 Palestinians to administrative prison-terms for periods ranging from three to six months.”

The list included 10 sentences against Palestinians who have already been held administratively, without trial, in Israeli jails, PIC noted.

“Prisoners Youssef Abdul Rahim Khatib, from Occupied Jerusalem, Mazen al-Natsheh, from al-Khalil, Fadi Sourour, also from al-Khalil, Ibrahim Dahbour, from Jenin, and Moussa Sawarka, from Bethlehem, along with Ramallah natives Kifah Kizmar and Mahmoud Namer, were all sentenced to a six-month administrative term,” PIC continued.

The others received four-month and three-month administrative sentences.

(PIC, PC, Social Media)

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